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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (August 24, 2007)

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Title Author Type Words
'Billy Elliot' and other star performers; GCSE results. 358
'Tune young minds into the world of work'. 203
99 per cent get C or better; GCSE RESULTS DAY ++. 238
A bee in the bonnet. 82
A new Pierce of the action; MANHUNT... Pierce Brosnan (left Western Seraphim Falls (1 5). Cinema DIRECTOR: David Von Ancken. 325
Allotment day sparks plea to dig out photos. 183
Appeal after M69 tragedy. 160
Band leaders join together for a dynamic duet; Jazz. 235
Belgrade days; The belgrade Years. 417
Big band sound for free. 127
Big Match Preview. 476
BMW's super Ford beater; BMW. 382
Boost for bid to replace stolen statue. 340
Bumper set of results for city pupils; GCSE results. 397
Burglars took some things I can't replace; BREAK-IN: Mum appeals for return of precious pictures and poorly baby's medical book. 273
Cameron's hit list 'a load of rubbish'. 161
Cardiff games are always close so keep draw in mind; Odds On in association with BET RESCUE. 273
Cash rains in after garden party success; News of the latest moves in the work to raise pounds 5 million for a new hospice for Coventry. Supported by the Telegraph myton hospice. 424
CATCH THE ACTION. 85
Chores more fun. 93
City trio are on the mend. 312
City's cultural and creative talents on show; Theatre. 604
Coventry have been drawn at Solihull. 120
CRACK TEAM IN PURGE ON CAR CRIME; Special squad to target prolific offenders in 'proactive' police operation. 405
CRACK TEAM IN PURGE ON CAR CRIME; Special squad to target prolific offenders in 'proactive' police operation. 405
Cricket: Bears out of touch; CRICKET: Latest County Championship action. 447
Daily Poem; THE EARTH'S WIZARDRY. 192
DELIGHT AS PUPILS MAKE THE GRADE; GCSE RESULTS DAY ++ Record results raise pride. 843
DELIGHT AS PUPILS MAKE THE GRADE; GCSE RESULTS DAY ++. 1004
Diesel do nicely for Range Rovers; RANGE ROVER New V8 power units prove to be a winner with buyers. 476
Djokovic may be threat to Federer; Odds On in association with BET RESCUE. 392
Dowsing explained on ramble. 105
Drink crackdown sees 11 charged. 247
Drivers hit by roads revamp; DETOURS: Ikea traffic plan. 321
Exciting new role for Cov hero Rossborough. 323
Families unite in bid for play. 298
Fears of more job losses at hospital; HEALTH: Union bosses say more staff cuts will have to be made to plug pounds 10m deficit. 479
Fears of more job losses at superhospital; HEALTH: Unions fear more staff cuts will be made to plug pounds 10m deficit. 384
Festival forecast is hot, hot, hot... Folk. 342
Fire chief in call over vital checks. 152
Fire chief in call to bosses. 150
First step to belly dance. 98
Football: Bedworth United are without a game; FOOTBALL: Preview of tomorrow's non-league matches. 152
Football: Boro attitude 'must improve' FOOTBALL: Preview of tomorrow's non-league matches. 392
Football: Cadden confident; FOOTBALL: Preview of tomorrow's non-league matches. 133
Football: Elliott's eager to tackle Hasselbaink; Coca Cola CHAMPIONSHIP CARDIFF CITY v SKY BLUES Ninian Park Tomorrow 3.00pm. 518
Football: Jeffrey: No panic yet; FOOTBALL: Preview of tomorrow's non-league matches. 131
Football: Thomas call to players; FOOTBALL: Preview of tomorrow's non-league matches. 157
Fortnightly bin rounds unveiled. 383
FREE Devon Sproule CD. 180
Glass work is clear-cut beauty; Art. 363
Golf: Webby up with the pace. 154
Great looks but Loki is just okay to play; Computer Games. 408
Hotel chain helps scheme to flower. 193
Italian giant just keeps on growing; FIAT. 505
Jailed for trying to halt murder trial; JAILED: 'Sophisticated criminal' tried to scupper murder trial with campaign of intimidation. 434
Kirkland 'ready to fill in for England'. 239
Letter: Lourdes trip well worthwhile. 111
Letter: Old faces in school photo. 114
Letter: Old faces in school photo. 110
Letter: Parking to be resolved locally. 162
Letter: To the Point. 108
Letter: True history of statue's home. 83
Letter: Wrong venue for a festival. 293
Life gets easier after first 100 years! CHEERS: To Florrie's centenary. 407
Link Up. 261
Little girl is donating her hair to cancer child. 362
LITTLE GIRL WHO'S GIVING HER HAIR TO CANCER VICTIM; Emily, eight, helping a child who's lost hair to cancer treatment. 469
Lock-ups targeted by police; SWOOP: Police break open unleased garages in search for stolen goods and cars. 268
M40 murder: Swoop on quiet city street; Fourth arrest in biker death case. 372
Man's jaw broken in attack by youth gang. 215
Metal a magnet for thieves. 134
MINI with maxi appeal; MINI. 155
Model rockers still have an army of fans; Rock. 397
Mondeo goes for Titanium; FORD. 500
Motor Racing: Team spirit can lift Bees to glory; SPEEDWAY. 377
New bid to beat bus lane; CAMPAIGN: David trying to win village green status for common. 491
New law relating to power of attorney. 162
No mistake about quality of comedy; KNOCKED UP (15) STARS: Seth Rogen, Katherine Heigl. DIRECTOR: Judd Apatow. 246
Pick of the day. 218
PICK OF THE DAY; Live International Cricket (Sky Sports 1, 2.00pm). 120
Pierce breaks Bonds with his 007 past; Cinema. 901
Police appeal after M69 tragedy. 169
Public urged to voice opinions; HEALTH: Consultation period extended on proposed closure of ward at hospital. 356
READY, STEADY...GO! UK SCHOOL GAMES +++. 523
Residents show parking fines fury. 269
Rugby Union: Cov's hard work put to the test; RUGBY UNION: Henderson happy with his squad's progress in countdown to league season. 454
Rugby Union: Nuns, Lions coaches in happy mood. 400
Schools round-up; GCSE RESULTS DAY ++. 662
Schools round-up; GCSE RESULTS DAY ++. 459
Schools round-up; GCSE RESULTS DAY ++. 429
Schools round-up; GCSE RESULTS DAY ++. 628
Singing star Kimberley; GCSE RESULTS DAY ++. 134
Sky Blues are told to sharpen up. 396
Soloist Raphael to make suite sounds; Classical. 611
Sophisticated baby Merc; MERCEDES BENZ. 369
Sound Bites. 402
Special squad set up to target car criminals. 181
Station lifts out of use for three months. 128
Step on to the road to stardom. 138
Still time to sign parking petition; HOSPITAL CHARGES: Campaigners vow to keep up the pressure as voices heard. 340
Stylish Alfa gets initial honour... ALFA ROMEO The Spider, which has already scooped major design awards, comes with a choice of two petrol engines and a 2.4-litre diesel. 361
Sunshine is glowing with special effects. 501
Telegraph Comment: Coventry will be proud of new Belgrade. 155
The best just got better... JAGUAR. 236
THE LONG ROAD TO FIND JUSTICE. 313
The stage is set for a big change; The belgrade Years The 2000s THE dawn of the new millennium also meant a new start for Coventry's Belgrade Theatre. Theatre writer MARION McMULLEN looks at how the show went on as the city venue started to prepare for major building work that would see the theatre ready to entertain Coventry audiences in the future. 683
The ultimate Aston; ASTON MARTIN. 161
The World Today: Last moments with mother. 92
The World Today: Three arrested on suspicion of attempted murder. 129
The World Today: Top marques kept waiting; INDUSTRY: Uncertainty for Jag and Land Rover. 352
Theatre folk; The belgrade Years. 113
Too hot to handle. 106
Traffic worries 'not tackled' PLANNING: Residents say their concerns about proposed district centre have not been addressed. 280
WHAT THE COUNCIL SAID. 118
Widening a wide range; SSANGYONG. 193
Will new plan help city trains take the strain? TRANSPORT: West Midlands to get more carriages. 593
WIN Tickets to see Knocked Up plus great movie goodies; ODEON FANATICAL ABOUT FILM. 126
WIN.. tickets to Horse of the Year Show at the NEC. 320
WIN... a compilation CD of TLC's greatest hits. 151
Woman, aged 90 confronts burglar. 154
You can still bag a bargain on your new car. 647
Your 60 SECOND guide to the week ahead. Calendar 405

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